It's really quite good I migrated from Evernote to OneNote and find that OneNote is a really good app for capturing different content. It can become a little hard to find your notes of you are not consistent in the structuring them. When do you use a new note book - a new project - a new page for a new note... I also miss the possibility of making shortcuts to a number of notes that I use often and have them synchronized to all my devices. Finally it would be nice if all the check marks could be reset on a list you use regularly.
Not Bad, Microsoft OneNote is better at offline note-taking than Evernote, hands down. Note retrievals are instant and there are more formatting options available. It helps me take notes pretty fast. Ruled lines give it that traditional notebook feel, except Microsoft hasn't done a clean job of it — the horizontal lines and text never ever align! And that can get on your nerves. Otherwise a fine app.
keep miss syncing migrated from evernote decided to try coz the better productivity tool but the syncing system has beeen missing all the time. camparing to evernote that sync to other devices in less than 3 minutes but onenote always having problem on syncing across platform which make it difficult to work now a day. if microsoft can fix thia will make it the best app
Very Intuitive! BUT . . . I am a paying subscriber to all of Microsoft Apps and programs (MSW, MSE, MSP). The only thing is I can't stand is the OneNote for Android. I can't resize images on my phone when I am on the go. Or the that all the best features are exclusive to an iPhone than a android. Considering I am paying already and willing offer advice shows I still support, but like to make things better.
Inconsistent and Crashes Why do all the One Note apps run independently. Why can I send a note from my iPad or PC but not my Android phone. It makes little sense. Get it together because for those who use multiple platforms, this app is horrible. Now, with the update, it asks me to sign into Microsoft every time. Again, why can't I send notes using Outlook for Android? Update keeps crashing and had to uninstall.
Great: Two Flaws I use this for all my note taking for school and everything else in life. When I'm studying calculus or any other note-heavy course, the app slows down significantly when there is a lot of notes on one page. Eventually, erasing notes takes an excess of 3 minutes followed by a crash. The other problem is that the app does not respond to writing in specific points of the pages.
1. Ability to open password-protected sections
2. Record notes on-the-go with OneNote's support for audio recording
3. Support for auto-correct enabled for Google keyboard
4. Support for inserting and viewing embedded files
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